Episode 3. The boys struggle with Alan Watts and Terence McKenna, battle zen zombies, consider free speech, and the media "red zone."
Social critic-at-large Charles Bursell in open-ended conversation with rapper Dunzo about their lives, their work, and about contemporary culture & politics. When the talk gets deep, the pair demonstrates how non-experts can (and should!) "think out loud" about the big, slippery, philosophical questions. Of note: Dunzo is a Millennial and Bursell a Boomer. It's fun to hear them learn from each other.